Lots of action ... hard to guess in what is behind Mr. Sam's kidnapping. Very suspenseful.
After a disappointing previous effort that I thought got bogged down in psychobabble and torture politics, Baldacci really delivers with an exciting main plot, a shocking sub-plot, powerful reverses and rewarding resolutions. Sam Quarry is an intensely memorable character, made even more so by Ron McLarty, whose talented voice also adds soul to the laconic Sean King.
Ron McLarty is the best! And Baldacci always weaves a great tale. Great audiobook partnership. This plot kind of dragged a bit. Two story lines going on at once got a little distracting at times, but it came together pretty well.
I love it when people in power get what they deserve, despite their wealth and power.
The personalities of Sean & Michelle seems to have changed, don't know if this was the narration or the actual story. I liked the pair in the other novels, but now couldn't care what happens to them at all.I was very disappointed in the story. There was no real mystery in either of the two short stories which were combined to make a novel lenght book.
There are so many really great audio books available, I could not recommend this particular one.
Ron Larty naratted well, but I did not like how Michelle was portrayed. But that could have been the authors fault.
I read the first few books in this series, but I don't think I'll be reading any more. Anyone got a really good mystery writer they would like to recommend.